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Naracoorte Lucindale Tourism


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In the heart of South Australia’s Limestone Coast, midway between Adelaide and Melbourne, lies the Naracoorte Lucindale district.


The main centre of Naracoorte and the surrounding townships offer visitors a diverse range of unforgettable experiences: lush farmland scenery, natural wonders and abundant wildlife, wetlands of international importance, not to mention fine wine and fresh local produce.


Naracoorte has a vibrant retail precinct and is a major service hub, offering a range of accommodation, dining and shopping experiences for the visitor. The proud communities of Lucindale, Frances, Kybybolite and Hynam surrounding Naracoorte welcome visitors with their unique parks, sporting facilities, museums, historical sites and major events.


Natural features of international significance in the Naracoorte Lucindale district include the World Heritage listed Naracoorte Caves, along with the Bool Lagoon Game Reserve and Hacks Lagoon Conservation Park which are Ramsar Wetlands of International Significance.


The district is known for its reliable rainfall and underground water. It’s home to a strong rural economy featuring beef and dairy cattle, sheep for both wool and meat, as well as a diverse range of crops, wine grape production and wine making.


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Out and About this Weekend

18 October 2017

Events for the month

28 September 2017
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Schultz Cave

28 August 2017
Take a virtual tour of one of Naracoorte's hidden gems thanks to advanced technology. Schultz Cave was 3D mapped, as part of a recently funded $2 million University of Adelaide project focusing on scientific research at the Naracoorte Caves, and caves in the Naracoorte area, over the next four years.